It is important to remember where spam comes from. Spam comes from signing up for things on the internet and sometimes viruses and spyware can infect your computer making it a spam server. Here is an article that a collegue passed on to us from a respectable source CNET. In this article, Barracuda Networks, one of the leading companies that fight spam claimed that 95% of all email sent in 2007 was spam. Click Here for the article. Here at United we try our best to stop spam. By going to "your" personalized spam quarantine you can help stop the spam that fills up your inbox. Classifying emails in the quarantine as "SPAM" or "NOT SPAM" will help teach the spam blocking technology and eliminate spam from your inbox.
If you use Microsoft Outlook as your primary email client you can download the Spam Firewall Outlook Plug-In. Outlook Express is not supported. For more information about the Spam Firewall Outlook Plug-In, click here.
Click the picture below to access your spam quarantine. Just enter your email address and password to start classifying your emails as "spam" or "not spam". Click Here for the Spam Quarantine Userguide.
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